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DAVID MORRISSEY (Doug) next stars opposite Emily Watson in "The WaterHorse,” a fantasy adventure directed by Jay Russell and written by Terry George, and he will also be seen in the historical drama "The Other Boleyn Girl,” with Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman and Eric Bana. His other film credits include Anand Tucker's "Hilary and Jackie”; "Some Voices”; "Born Romantic”; John Madden's "Captain Corelli's Mandolin,” with Nicolas Cage and Penelope Cruz; Stephen Woolley's "Stoned”; "Derailed,” with Clive Owen and Jennifer Aniston; and "Basic Instinct 2.” Morrissey also founded his own production company, Tubedale Films, which co-produced the award-winning Patrice Leconte film "The Man on the Train.”

Well known to British television audiences, Morrissey earned a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Actor for his work in the BBC drama "State of Play.” He most recently starred in the Channel 4 miniseries "Cape Wrath,” which is also set to air on Showtime under the title "Meadowlands,” and the television movie "Viva Blackpool,” in which he reprised his role from the popular BBC series "Blackpool.” His many other television credits include Stephen Frears's controversial drama "The Deal,” for which he won a Royal Television Society (RTS) Award for Best Actor; and "Holding On,” which brought him another RTS Award nomination. Behind the camera, he was BAFTA nominated for Best New Director for the 2001 telefilm "Sweet Revenge,” and later directed the BBC drama "Passer By.”

A graduate of the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Morrissey has played a wide variety of roles on the stage, including the title role in "Peer Gynt,” for director Declan Donnellan. He has also appeared in productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.

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